Articles tagged with ‘indigo’


    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 26th July 2010

    Dave Shrigley makes the case for investment in the UK arts sector

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    Quote of the week - What's the Point?

    Posted by Katy Raines - partner on 1st March 2011

    “What’s the point in looking at how customers have behaved in the past – the world has changed since the economic downturn, so it’s pointless” This is definitely the best ‘dog ate my homework’ excuse for not doing audience research or data analysis that I’ve ever heard. Whilst I have some sympathy with this view, I don’t believe that customers aren’t suddenly going to chan...

  3. What's it worth? Bribery in the Arts

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 25th August 2011

    Now, you’re probably reading this and thinking “Fat chance that this will apply to me”. After all, when was the last time you heard of an arts manager being ‘bought’ – there’s hardly going to be a betting scam on the curtain down time of One Man, Two Guvnors at the National, is there? Well, think again. The UK Bribery Act, which came into force on 1st July, asks all companies to...

  4. Hello World: The power of social media

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 31st January 2012

    Occasionally, when I’m having breakfast, I switch on the TV to see what’s happening in the world. Usually I regret it, as early morning television seems to have the ability of raising my blood pressure in a way that even John Humphrys cannot bring about. This morning was no different: two inane presenters wittering on about why social media was self-centred, was a drain on the UK economy ...